OXFORD, Miss. – Senior women’s golfer Kathryn Fowler was named to the SEC Community Service team it was announced on Friday (May 9) by the Southeastern Conference.
During her time at Ole Miss, Fowler has been heavily involved in volunteer work and community service events. Fowler, the vice-president of Ole Miss’ Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), volunteers her time with several area initiatives including “More Than A Meal” which serves food to needy families in the Oxford community as well as Reading with the Rebels in which Ole Miss student-athletes read to students in area elementary schools. Additionally, Fowler helped with Ole Miss’ Build-A- Basket, collecting food for local families during the Thanksgiving holiday. A member of Alpha Omicron Pi, she has assisted with her sororities Run for Roses, and Pie sales, which benefit juvenile diabetes as well as a spaghetti dinner benefitting Touched by an Angel Ministries and Julius Scholarship fund. Fowler is a Taylor Medal recipient, which is the highest academic honor at Ole Miss, and is a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and Chancellors Honor Roll. The three-time National Golf Coaches Association Scholar Athlete, will continue her studies at Ole Miss’ last school after graduation.
The SEC names a Community Service Team for each of its 21 league-sponsored sports, looking to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to his or her community through superior service efforts. All league-sponsored sports have had a community service team since 2004, with at-large teams for men’s and women’s sports being chosen from 1999-2003. The SEC began this concept with a football community service team in 1994.
2014 Women’s Golf Community Service Team Daniela Lendl, Alabama Emily Podzielinski, Arkansas Victoria Trapani, Auburn Elcin Ulu, Florida Sylvie Brick, Georgia Megan Kinney, Kentucky Ali Lucas, LSU Kathryn Fowler, Ole Miss Rica Tse, Mississippi State Laura Kraft, Missouri Katelyn Dambaugh, South Carolina AJ Newell, Tennessee Janell Lysack, Texas A&M Rene Sobolewski, Vanderbilt
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